Showing posts from March 12, 2017

Google prepares to embed AI in Android O

Google is preparing for its next major Android release - Android O.  It is expected that Google's Android operating system might use artificial intelligence. Additionally, more and more great features could also be coming up as part of the Android O release.

Some of the notifications are as below about the new OS:

Until now, it's been a practice to get new notifications system whenever a new version of Android is released and most probably Android O will be no exception to that practice according to 9to5Google.

Currently it's not clear as to how new notifications system will be appearing. 9to5Google's sources stated that the notifications would be "revamped".

Further 9to5Google report also stated that Android O might put forward new and improved multitasking features. The most prominent example is picture-in-picture mode, which is currently available only on Android TV. The new mode may also be featured on tablets and phones that allows users to avail and supervi…

Google launched the "Invisible reCAPTCHA"

Google launched "Invisible reCAPTCHA" a service that functions as a background bot-sniffer--without any action of human to do anything.  (According to Google, the Beta version was launched in last November.)

With commitment to make the Internet a more reliable and happy place,  Google has taken this step much effectively by turning the security step invisible.

Earlier, the regular practice was to type or transcribe letters or numbers as CAPTCHA in a small box to prove that you're not a robot while doing something online like opening a new email account.

This version of Google is called reCAPTCHA, while the previous was like checking the box that says "I'm not a robot." But now you may not face the tyranny of clicking that box.

“Powering these advances is a combination of machine learning and advanced risk analysis that adapt to new and emerging threats,” Google says.

Whether a website implements the new, invisible reCAPTCHA or just the box-checking version, Goog…

HTC U Ultra - The unlocked variant of the handset from HTC

HTC U Ultra, the unlocked variant of the handset will now be available for purchase in the U.S.  HTC's online store lists the smartphone at a price of $749 to get the unlocked model.
Previously, the unlocked variant of the HTC U Ultra was available for purchase in Europe and now for U.S consumers.  The fact that the unlocked model of the smartphone has become available for purchase comes very close for the news that HTC already started shipping the pre-orders for the smartphone on Mar.9.

Going compatible with GSM networks which confirms that consumers in the U.S will be able to use the unlocked model of the HTC U Ultra easily on AT&T or T-Mobile.
"The unlocked HTC U Ultra is compatible with AT&T and T‑Mobile Networks," company says. 
As the smartphone model does not offer support for CDMA networks, those on Verizon Wirless, U.S Cellular and Spring will be doing well to not buy the unlocked HTC U Ultra.
A GSM device deploys a SIM card to preserve the subscriber's d…

Samsung Galaxy S8 gets ready for launch

Proposed to be 2017 highlight among many other exciting smartphones, Galaxy S8 is expected to be super special in this year. As Samsung efforts to overcome from the adversities of Galaxy Note 7, it is quite apparent that the new phone required to be highly noteworthy and more effective than Samsung's previous handset launch.

- Featuring Android 7.0 Nougat as operating system, Galaxy S8 also carries IP68 certification and this will enable the Samsung handset ahead of the Apple iPhone while Apple is working on improved durability of iPhone range for iPhone 8 prior to its release.

- Samsung will produce 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch versions of the Galaxy S8 and it is also expected that Samsung may shield the Galaxy S8 with 4K resolution that will make the first ver Super AMOLED curved display from the corporation. 

- With in-built Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip in the U.S and Exynos 8895 in the international markets, the clock speed of these devices is yet to be released, yet fans of the range a…